Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa - The Leopard

A Tea with a Book Addict talk

The story of an aristocratic family in Sicily, whose fortunes are fading rapidly, is considered one of the best historical novels ever written. Sicilian society, Don Fabrizio and his family, are all so vividly portrayed, as is their crumbling home and lifestyle. And it resulted in a superb movie version!

A subscriber-only Zoom talk on Sunday 7 November 2021, 4.00 pm Australian Eastern Time (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra).

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“Perhaps the greatest novel of the century.”
― L.P. Hartley

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The story of an aristocratic family in Sicily, whose fortunes are fading rapidly, is considered one of the best historical novels ever written. Do you agree? Let’s discuss it here.

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Featured image credit- Burt Lancaster & Claudia Cardinale, The Leopard, 1963 Titanus Italian movie adaptation, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057091/

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